After Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure in 2009, Manchester United lost a world class player, one capable of being in a World XI or winning the Ballon D’or and leading the team by example. Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea checks all these boxes. Continue reading David De Gea is the Messi of goalkeepers
With the current negative style of football, bad results and no shred of decency towards his own players, one could say Mourinho is showing Manchester United was right in snubbing him as Sir Alex Ferguson’s direct replacement. Continue reading United had it right the first time with Mourinho
This game proved that the EPL is the most competitive league in the World. Watford, a team whose first eleven cost less than the United bench, fought with grit and passion to give a Premier League giant a run for their money. There are now no guaranteed wins for the Premier League’s elite. Continue reading ManUtd and Watford entertain!
You don’t change a team that’s winning. I think Deschamps will abide by that and it’s not a bad path to take but I do expect the occasional change of personnel due to a drop in form or a lack of playing time at club level for some players. Continue reading 3 players who could improve Les Bleus
After my article on EPL fantasy must-have players, I’ve now compiled a short list of bargain players, that is players who could come up with the goods but cost relatively very little. Continue reading EPL Fantasy Football Bargains
After a few years of misery at Manchester United, Luke Shaw is finally enjoying his football and some well deserved respect from the footballing world. Continue reading Mourinho’s tough love sparked Shaw renaissance
United still have everything to play for this season. Three games do not decide a season. I would bet good money on Mourinho turning this around. He certainly has the support of the players, the CEO and the fans. Continue reading United still have everything to play for this season